Media statements and releases on Reconciliation Australia's programs and projects, and on relevant national issues.
The Narragunnawali Awards 2023 celebratie educators and community members doing the hard work, learning and unlearning, and creating lasting relationships.
The vital role of education in building a reconciled Australia is being recognised and celebrated by Reconciliation Australia.
Reconciliation Australia extends our sincere condolences to Dr Bush-Blanasi’s family and colleagues.
Despite the setback of the referendum result, the work of reconciliation is needed now more than ever.
A Yes vote gives us the chance to make real change. A No vote will leave things as they’ve always been.
There’s now more than 150 organisations with Reconciliation Action Plans (RAPs) who have signed up to the statement of support for a Voice and a Yes vote.
The report documents 25 community truth-telling projects, including 10 in-depth case studies that show diverse grassroots engagement with the truths of Australian history.
This is a chance to uplift Australia, a chance for Australians to feel proud that we are a nation ready for reconciliation and justice for the First Peoples of this land.
In the 1990’s Michael Long fought against racism. In 2004 he walked to Canberra from Melbourne for respect and unity. This year he’s walking again for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to be heard.